How do you replace trunk latch cable on 1991 camry

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Asked by Nov 30, 2014 at 09:44 AM about the Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Nipple on cable housing broke at latch end of housing

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Well I have a 99 Camry, and I quickly checked it out. It looks like you will have to take out the front seat and peel up the carpet. The cable appears to run under the carpet. I couldn't find any cable running under the car. You will also have to dismantle all the plastic on the inside of the trunk where the latch is located. If you plan on fixing it yourself, you may want to find one in a salvage yard and do a little exploring on a junk unit before you tear apart your own. You can say you want a trunk cable. You can practice on that first. Then that way you will find out if you want to tackle it on your own.

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Ya I will do just that! Better than messing up my car Thanks

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